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members. >> team met her an she was just so enthusiastic and excited about the technology and just such inspiring person to be around. >> tammy isn't the only quadriplegic explorer. >> last time i tried to go camping was the time i was in a car accident. >> used glass to make a video about return to life after paralysis. >> this trip is the first time i'm apart from care give for more than jaws few hours. >> for her too a device operate with her voice head movement is a game changer. >> being independent i can yet out and go fartsd because if i need something i can text. use a phone. >> now tammyok cruises around taking picture for her blog. >> you post add picture. >> i did. of me. >> of you taking my picture. >> when she travels with her family she's using glass to find restaurants and get direction. >> i'm helping everybody out instead of everybody helping me out now. now the amazing. >> fought on the side lines any more. >> no i'm in i'm in the game. >> in santa cruz abc 7 news. >> new development out of san diego where the mayor has just agreed to resign amid sexual harassm
technology built into anyone else's car so now is considering designing one of its own. >> another milestone for facebook. stock close add above $40 a share for the first time. microsoft shares went up 7% after ceo steve balmer said he will renir a year. many investors concerned real estate recovery could falter because of mortgage rates and they may be rate saying sales have fallen down 13% in july. >> google glass the computer you wear like glasses probably won't go on sale another year but for one bay area woman it's already been a life changer. tonight taking a look at the way it's far more than a cool gadget for someone living with a disability. >> okay, glass. take a picture. >> it is something she wasn't able to do for decades. life is about finding work around. >> her brother installed home auto maigs. >> i can change channel autos her service dog can open doors and turn on lights. >> without mobility she had to give up a hobby she asked others to take pictures but it wasn't the same. so she entered a contest and won. >> just opens up a new world that you can't imagine. >> tammy invi
the workers. -- >> we apologize for the audio here. we are using the technology to bring that to you and obviously having issues with that. we know from caltrans that the closure went just fine with no problems to report. they are trying to get the work done as quickly as possible. >> in 1963, hundreds of thousands marched on washington for equality and freedom in the civil rights movement. here's a look at what it looks like then and today. the crowds gathered around the reflecting pool 50 years later. they celebrate remarkable progress. news reporter bradley was there. >> let freedom ring. >> half a century later on the same spot where dr. martin luther king delivered the speech, his daughter couldn't help but see who was there with him. >> today we have been honored to have three presidents of the united states. 50 years ago the president did not attend. >> now the president is an african-american. >> because of a march, america became more free and more fair. america changed for you and for me. >> moments before the president spoke, bells rang out across the u.s. to commemorate t
and technology recorder david louis explains that's not going to be easy sglrk mark zuckerberg first person to want to help underdeveloped countries. nonprofit groups and social entrepreneurs have been on the ground in remote villages for years. they warn facebook has a steep learning curve ahead. >> we've seen time and again cases where the situation is much, much more complex than people anticipate. >> reporter: zuckerberg appears to recognize the challenge. >> we just believe that everyone deserves to be connected and on the internet. we're putting a lot of energy towards this. i think it's one of the biggest problems of my generation to get everyone in the world to have internet access. >> reporter: professor kreider corrected a program at santa clara's university center for science technology and society. over 11 years, the global social benefit institute has taught him a major hurdle is 1.5 billion out of the 4 billion people in underdeveloped countries don't have a place to charge a mobile phone, tablet or laptop. >> they need to be able to charge their mobile devices for internet ac
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institute of science and technology says this car is a potential solution for crowded cities. it is all electric and charges in 10 minutes and it has a range of 60 miles. there was a drawback. its top speed, 37 miles an hour. i'm carolyn johnson. for everyone here, thanks for joining us. have a terrific weekend.
now at the cell 7 technology towards treasure island you can see brake lights ahead of us. if news is that it's still moving. >> we have a small grass fire that appears to be out just about now. you can see it's burned quite a bit there. no word yet on how the fire started it appears cruise have it in hd, so that is good news. >> firefights todayegan using a predator drone to help them monitor the rim fire near yosemite. they hope to have it surrounded in three weeks a reporter on the scene tonight fromur abc affiliate in fresno. >> smoke rose at the tree that's gave the ridge its name. >> it's going t continue for a few more weeks. >> tom tidwell surveyed the damage and the work the firefighters are doing the fire growth clo sloeed thi week, but spread like a new breed of wildfire before firefiters could get contain oomt when getting these conditions these fires are somewhat explosive what. used to maybe take two, three weeks to be able to burn we're seng that in two, three day autos some smoke coming from backfires set by refighters that are trying to stop fire progress. >> this
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